Steve Noir’s “Feargirl: Pain Ray”

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  1. Some Kind of Ninja says:

    Just watched it and agree with the above. It’s really as great as they say it is, Plus, it appealed to me a bit more than others due to it being quite a bit more focused on belly fondling and torture not revolving around punching than others.

  2. Some Kind of Ninja says:

    All the belly-focused torture and fondling I’ve seen so far in the trailer and images looks promising. I’ll buy it sooner or later.

  3. decendingskulls says:

    Just finished watching this and it was fabulous. It’s like a steak cooked in butter. Very straightforward and utterly delicious.

    This movie revels in it’s mysteriousness. There’s no real explanation for what’s going on or why the characters are there. It’s all eerie atmosphere and dark erotic action. As the description states, O has FearGirl captive and restrained from the beginning, with Nixi in a compromising vulnerable position, unable to protect herself from O’s various forms of erotic torture.

    Stella (O) does a really great job of manhandling Nixi, as we’ve come to expect from Stella. The way she teases her flesh is worth the price of admission alone. And Nixi does a great job of reacting and gives some very sexy rippling gyrations and it’s just fun to watch her stomach heaving as she works herself up and out of breath.

    I’ve posted elsewhere about the challenges of shooting in dim lighting. This appears to be handheld, and yet the image quality is superb. I’m not sure how that is pulled off, but then I’m a photographer not a filmmaker.

    One thing I did not expect is how good the close ups of the two models faces look. It’s probably been said before but these women are just gorgeous. There are scenes where Stella’s face with her evil little smirk and her creepy sexy cat makeup fills the entire frame, and for some reason it is really stunning to behold. I know, that’s a really weird thing to comment on a heroine peril thread, but I’m sticking to it.

    Everything works really well, from the direction to the lighting and acting and camerawork. In terms of plot and movement it’s very concise, but that’s the point. It’s that one scene you really want to linger on, and it gives it to you on a silver platter.

  4. decendingskulls says:

    Buying this right now. This is a no-brainer for me.